Smithsonian Institution Phone Numbers and Emails

Toll-Free Number:

  • (866) 868-7774

Customer Service:

  • (800) 513-3081
    Air and Space Magazine
  • (800) 931-3226
    Friends of the Smithsonian
  • (202) 633-3030
    Smithsonian Associates
  • (800) 733-3000
    Smithsonian Books
  • (800) 521-5330
    Smithsonian Catalog
  • (989) 393-3218
    Smithsonian Journeys
  • (855) 330-1542
    Smithsonian Journeys
  • (800) 766-2149
    Smithsonian Magazine
  • (202) 633-5555
  • (202) 633-7900
  • (202) 633-8899
  • (202) 633-5114
  • (202) 633-5150
  • (202) 633-5155
  • (202) 633-5188
  • (202) 633-4876
  • (212) 849-2954
  • (212) 849-3251
  • (212) 849-8420
  • (202) 633-0449
  • (202) 633-0271
  • (202) 633-2758
  • (202) 633-6121
  • (202) 633-2376
  • (202) 633-2370
  • (202) 633-2175
  • (202) 633-5089
  • (202) 633-4761

General Info:

  • (202) 633-1000

Jobs/ Career:

  • (202) 633-6370

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PO Box 37012 SI Building, Room 153
Washington, District Of Columbia MRC 010
United States
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Smithsonian Institution Terms of Service
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Smithsonian Institution Privacy Policy
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I would like to donate an object to the Smithsonian Institution. The Smithsonian acquires thousands of objects and specimens each year for its collection holdings through donation, bequest, purchase, exchange, and field collecting. Each museum and curatorial department decides on a case-by-case basis which objects to add to its collections. Donations are accepted only when the item truly complements the collection. also consider whether The Company can properly care for an intended donation, as Smithsonian Institution's' collections are held in trust for the American people. In order to make such decisions, Smithsonian Institution's' curators will need a few images of the objects The Client of Smithsonian Institution wish to donate, along with as much background information as The User of company services have. If The Client wish to sell The User's item to the Smithsonian, The User of company services must also include The Client's asking price.
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